Hobbyking SS Heli Series 50-65A ESC (USA Warehouse)
The Hobbyking SS series comes with a limited range of programming functions and are designed to be plug-n-play. A perfect ESC for those looking for something simple to use and economic.
Spec. Weight: 40g Size: 55x35x12mm Cells: 4-10Ni MH ~ 2-4S Li Po Max Current: 50A Burst: 65A BEC: 3A Timing: 1/7/15/30 programmable PWM: 8/16K
Features. Constant current 50A Max 65A <10S Li-Poly 2-4 cells Ni-MH 4-10 cells Low Resistant 0.0014 Ohms; Dynamic Braking BEC: 3A Auto shut down when lose signal Slow down at 2.8V per cell Lipo, Cut-off at 0.8V/cell NiMh
User Programming options: Battery setting Throttle Range Brake setting 4 options: Direction and Cutoff Type Timing Mode Setting: 1 / 7 / 15 / 30 PWM setting: 8K/16K Governor mode
Note; FET's are Taiwanese, unlike our TURNIGYesc which use USA FET's. So we suggest customers to not draw more than the 50A rated capacity.
after reading reviews on hobby sites i would suggest going with the Turnigy Plush 60 amp ESC. I know this one is cheap mut on a heli some thing are not good to go cheap on Like Esc. Turnigy is a hobbyking name brand seems to be there upgraded versions of the hobbyking name branded items who knows.
I used this ESC on my EXI 450 PRO, and it works fine, but one time when I turned off the transmitter while the battery on the Heli was still connected, the ESC turned on the motor to full throttle. Is this an ESC programming issue?
Hi I have a problem with this esc, I use this on Hk-450 hely. The problem is: when i switch to idle-up 1 (75% throttle) the motor gain it's speed but when i switch to idle-up2 (95% throttle) the speed doesn't increase and if i return to idle-up1 the speed decrease. So i suppose that the 100% of throttle isn't matched whit 100% on the TX. Any one with my problem???
I am also a beginner . I am using the turnigy typhoon with the same kv as sheek a 2215 kv on 4 s. this is my first rc project. I had a turnigy 20 amp that caught on fire. Any advice would be helpful on this or other esc that would work
I have this ESC on my HK450v2 heli with a 2215H motor and it works fine, however I'd recommend spending a little bit more and getting maybe a Turnigy Plush 40A. I run 4 HXT900 servo's and the above motor, and this ESC gets hot while sitting idle. To answer your question, yes it will work but I don't recommend this one unless you're on a very tight budget.
Also don't forget 3mm bullet connectors and some heatshrink for this, as it doesn't come with connectors installed.
This ESC is not suitable for planes. Soft start is not programmable like the description says, so there is a 3 second ramp up time when you hit the throttle! This probably works for helis, but DOES NOT WORK FOR PLANES
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It's a pretty good ESC for the money. Cheaper than most esc's. I'm using it on a trex 450 clone with a 4s battery. Does get a bit hot, but it works. I don't have equipment to officially test it, but it seems to get the job done.